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Master of Music


Program Goals
Program Learning Objectives
Admission Requirements
Program Requirements
Graduation Requirements


Program Goals

The educational objectives of the Master of Music program are to prepare students for a career in musical performance and composition as a director of music and private music directors by developing their artistic achievement through course leading to the Master of Music with Christian perspective.


Program Learning Objectives

By the time students complete their program, they will be the leaders in the area of music, music performance, praise and worship music with the following skills:
  1. Demonstrate professional knowledge in their major field
  2. Demonstrate advance knowledge in the application of technology in their musical activities
  3. Demonstrate a research skills and performance ability
  4. Demonstrate excellent communication skills in their presentation
  5. Demonstrate Christian commitment to serving local church and the world

Admission Requirements

1) Bachelor Degree or its Equivalent
2) A Completed Application Form
3) Application Fee
4) Letter of Recommendation


Program Requirements

Students receive the Master of Music degree when they fulfill the following program requirements:

Bible Studies: 18 units
Music Requirement: 42 units
Unit requirement: A minimum of 60 units
Residence requirement: 30units to be taken at Oikos University


Graduation Requirements

Students receive the Master of Music degree upon a successful fulfillment of the following program requirements:

1) Completion of 60 units including 12 units in Theology, 48 units in Music requirement
2) Completion of course work with a GPA of 2.5 or above
3) Graduation Recital
4) Residence requirement: 30units to be taken at Oikos University

Graduation Recital

All graduate students must present a one-hour long recital in partial fulfillment of the degree requirements. Composition students are required to compose a significant original piece of music and a performance of the work.